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Discussion in 'Land' started by MitchellKnb, Mar 19, 2017.
Nice interior color.
this is just the best
its the wagon in the zip?
Tried out the mod.... first real car mod that I downloaded.... what can I say man but keep up the great work... hope to see more mods from you soon... really awesome work
I agree. It could be a newer I Series.
For 2018, i want to see this mod finished once and for all.
Atleast filling the holes and fixing the no textures in the rear seats.
@MitchellKnb Why dont you give it a shot? Its been a while since this mod has been on hold.
well despite the endless confusion, this W202 mod is pretty awesome, always looking forward to the updates. Keep it up MitchellKnb!
for know there is not really progress, biggest point is the engine, we got some problems getting it to spec, if on thing is right with it, something else isn't correct
Does the new profile picture mean that you are working on this again @MitchellKnb ?
I know its a dumb thing to ask, but im just curious.
Not really no, I sold my instagram page and my old avatar was the logo of that page.
Biggest issue is that I just can't get the rear suspension stable.. The car handles like a wet newspaper and I can't really seem to fix it..
try going to the "Mod Support" page.
Why don't you try taking one of the official cars rear suspension jbeam and modify it? If you dont want to do that then go to mod support
well do mod support first then i think you should try that. or completely re do it
Well, You have to options in my eyes.
A. Is going to mod support.
B. Is asking one of the big guys (Maybe 99) if they can help you. I could ask them for you if you dont want to. Even though i dont think they will care
Send me some files so I can have a look while I'm going to have to look other car so it goes at the side, but no promises.
I did download some version from thread and I have no idea how recent it is, but it is here on right compared to ETKi on left:
You have suspension beams deforming, first fixing would be changing beam deform values so that under normal driving beams don't deform, because if they do wheel angles change and handling is just random.
That is first thing that I would try to fix, it might not solve everything, but it would give good working base.
Great job with DeLorean!
What DeLorean? Or you mean DellOrean?